Moscow Conservatory Great Hall
Nikolay Erokhin (tenor)
Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre Orchestra
Conductor - Felix Korobov
Natalia Muradymova (soprano)
Larisa Andreeva (mezzo-soprano)
Rehearsals for the opera Khovanshchina are running full speed. Maestro Alexander Lazarev has started to work with the orchestra, while Stage Director Alexander Titel keeps on analyzing, along with the artists, one of the most dramatic points in Russia’s history.
Here is a pictorial of a rehearsals by photographer Oleg Chernous.
From April 11 through 17, 2015, the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre opens its stage for guest performers – world ballet stars. Taking part in the Theatre’s current repertoire will be Ivan Vasiliev, Vladimir Shklyarov, Polina Semionova, and Yonah Acosta.
Natalia Petrozhitskaya (soprano)
Dmitry Zuev (baritone)
Antonina Kadobnova (piano)
On January, 24 at 11:30 am, the Theatre's box office will open advance sale of tickets for April. Online sale through the Theatre's Web site will open at the same time.
The end of a year and the beginning of the next one is conventionally a time for summing-up. The Rossia-24 TV Channel presents its version of the most impressive events in the lives of Russia’s musical theatres in 2014.
December 22 saw the opening night saw of the premiere series of the opera Orpheo ed Euridice by C. W. Gluck. The main parts were performed by Ekaterina Lukash as Orpheo, Inna Klochko as Euridice, Daria Zakharova as Amor, and Anastasia Pershenkova as the Queen.
On December 22, the International Stanislavsky Award was presented. Among the 2014 winners was Vladimir Urin, who was awarded for his contribution to the development of Russian theatrical culture.
Lighting designer Damir Ismagilov, who continually collaborates with our Theatre, also won the Prize.
On December 13, principal singer of Stanislavsky Opera Elena Guseva performed for the first time the title role in G. Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. Principal singer of the National Academic Grand Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of Belarus Eduard Martynyuk ptrformed, also for the first time, the part of Pinkerton, while Evgeny Liberman made his debut as Goro.
Alexander Nesterenko, trainee of the Stanislavsky Opera, made his double debut on stage of the Music Theatre having preformed the parts of Arturo in G. Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor and of Alfredo in G. Verdi’s La traviata.
On December 6, young musicians, the finalists of the Nutcracker International Musical Contest held by the Rossia-Kultura TV Channel, attended the ballet Coppelia. Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre has long been a friend of the contest’s, and we are happy to have the contestants as our audiences. We wish the young musicians success at the final round.
On December 4, the part of Baron Scarpia in the opera Tosca by G. Puccini was performed by our Theatre’s guest principal singer Sergey Murzaev.
The Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre has completed guest performances on stage of Teatro Lirico di Cagliari with the ballet Nutcracker to the music by P. I. Tchaikovsky staged by choreographer Vasily Vainonen.